|James Vasile on Freedom Box - Elevate|
James Vasile speaking at Elevate on the goals/status of the Freedom Box project.
Keywords: 2012; 2011; Elevate; Netherlands; Holland; James Vasile; Eben Moglen; Freedom Box; network topology; World Wide Web; Internet; mesh networks; Debian; Free Software; PGP; GPG; web hosting; users; GNU/Linux; privacy; encryption; Free bandwidth; communities; shared spectrum
|Eben Moglen - Die Gedanken Sind Frei (Free Software and the Struggle for Free Thought)|
Columbia University law professor and FSF pro-bono legal council Eben Moglen on the Free Software imperitive
Keywords: 2004; Freedom; Eben Moglen; Free Software; history; collective struggle; class; German folk music; Germany; software; computers; Internet; DRM; technology; GNU/Linux; GPL; FSF; Richard Stallman; censorship; Free Bandwidth; Free Culture; Free Hardware; thoughts; humanity; Q&A; laws; copyright; Free speech
|Eben Moglen - Freedom in The Cloud II (DebConf10)|
How We Can Be the Silver Lining of the Cloud? Freedom and privacy are endangered in the cloud, but we can save them. In this, the second part of my analysis of Freedom in the Cloud, I show how the Debian community can play the central role in changing the future of Net, again. Eben Moglen is Professor of Law at Columbia Law School and founding Director of the Software Freedom Law Center. Since 1993 he has served pro bono publico as General Counsel of the Free Software Foundation...
Keywords: 2010; DebConf10; Eben Moglen; Freedom Box; history; network topology; Internet Society; China; Freedom; Free culture; Free Software; PGP; web hosting; users; onion router; Debian; GNU\Linux; ARM; Microsoft; Windows; browser; platform; World Wide Web; client-server; client; server; cloud; logs; PHP; logs; Facebook; Zuckerberg; FreedomBox; EFF; VoIP; Voice over IP; Q&A; GPL; copyleft; Free Bandwidth; service provider; monopoly; municipal wireless; Google; code; federated networks; iPad; sysadmin; root; infotainment; gmail; social networking; privacy; smart phones; internet society
|Eben Moglen - Why Freedom of Thought Requires Free Media and Why Free Media Require Free Technology - re:publica|
Eben Moglen's keynote speech at re:publica 2012 in Berlin on Freedom of Thought, Free Media and Free Technology in the future
Keywords: 2012; re:publica; Eben Moglen; Berlin; Germany; re:publica 12; privacy; Free Speech; anonymity; public-key encryption; encryption; Phil Zimmerman; PGP; GPG; Laws of Robotics; networks; federated networks; decentralized networks; Gutenberg; printing press; Catholic Church; publishing; 4th Amendment; EFF; FSF; Free Software; Free Hardware; Free Bandwidth; censorship; book burning; ebook; Kindle; Animal Farm; 1984; Orwell; copyright; Free speech; survelliance; Facebook; Stasi; big data; data mining; buisness intelligence; NSA; human database; Q&A; Bangladesh; biometrics; India; corporations; cellphones; proprietary software; smartphones; Steve Jobs; Albert Schweitzer; Nicolas Sarkozy; France; Internet censorship; ACTA; autonomy; society; education; college; knowledge; sharing; preservation; libraries; public space; public roads
|A selection of talks by Prof. Eben Moglen (2001-2012) - Eben Moglen|
Prof. Eben Moglen is a programmer, historian, professor of law, lawyer and Free Software advocate. After receiving his J.D. and Ph.D. from Yale University he was a designer and implementer of advanced computer languages at I.B.M, later served as law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and currently is professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia University. He serves as General Counsel for the Free Software Foundation pro bono and is the founding director of PUBPAT and the Softwar...
Keywords: Eben Moglen; podcast; Columbia University; networks; humanity; Free Software; software; knowledge; physics; Einstein; information; morality; zero marginal cost; Freedom; 20th Century; industrial press; Catholic Church; Gutenberg; printing press; Protestant Reformation; 15th Century; ignorance; governments; brains; censorship; book burning; ebook; Internet; Internet freedom; surveillance; social networking; control; federated networks; decentralized networks; anonymity; Freedom Box; privacy; privacy by design; Free Software; Free Hardware; Free Bandwidth; democratized; A. J. Liebling; ignorance; economy; PUBPAT; public patents; pipes; switches; computers; code; Lawrence Lessig; Wikipedia; Creative Commons; copyleft; Mozilla; Mozilla Foundation; Firefox; Microsoft; Internet Explorer; Freedom; Richard Stallman; RMS; GNU/Linux; GPL; journalism; textbooks; universal access; sharing; commons; patents; Software Freedom Law Center; FSF; hackers; taxes; Apple; corporations; cellphones; privacy; Free Speech; PGP; GPG
|Eben Moglen - Freedom Businesses Protect Privacy (2007 MySQL Conference & Expo)|
In this keynote, Eben Moglen asks what society is building together in regards to privacy and user data in the 21st century and what to do about it. "Is the process of knowing our insides the commercial asset in highest demand for the next 100 years?" Or are we building a culture in which the technology that we love enforces for us the privacy we love?" https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Freedom_Businesses_Protect_Privacy
Keywords: 2007; Eben Moglen; data mining; technology; heuristics; Free Software; Stone Age; Stone Age culture; human soul; carbon; carbon-based life; aggregated data; memory palaces; Europeans; early Europeans; Paris; China; Jesuit; missionary; Matteo Ricci; facts; figures; events; places; times; photograph; Edison; autonomy; anonymity; private; CCTV; survelliance; cell phones; post-privacy; voluntary; governments; corporations; advertisers; Bayesian; spam; thought control; social control; privacy; GPL; GPLv3; Microsoft; Google; Facebook; MySpace; Flickr; table row; database; 21 century; secret police; defense contractors; cloud; computing; social platform; the Cloud; Mt. Everest; Everest; sherpa; stories; story; MySQL; Bluetooth; democracy; capitalism; Free culture; World Wide Web; Richard Stallman; Free Hardware; Free Bandwidth; websites; browser; local storage; software as a service; commercial use; terms of service; inference; custody of information; Bailment; English Law; Roman Law; pawn; saxophones; politics; digital information
|Eben Moglen - Freedom In The Cloud (2010) - ISOC-NY|
Everyone wants a piece of you these days: Google, Facebook, Flickr, Apple, AT&T, Bing. They'll give you free e-mail, free photo storage, free web hosting, even a free date. They just want to listen in. And you can't wait to let them. They'll store your stuff, they'll organize your photos, they'll keep track of your appointments, as long as they can watch. It all goes into the "Cloud" Eben Moglen is a Professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia University and the founding director of the Softw...
Keywords: 2010; Eben Moglen; Freedom Box; history; network topology; Internet Society; China; Freedom; Free culture; Free Software; PGP; web hosting; users; David Solomonoff; Tor; Tor Project; onion router; university; BitTorrent; GNU\Linux; ARM; Microsoft; Windows; browser; platform; World Wide Web; client-server; client; server; cloud; logs; Debian; Ubuntu; PHP; logs; Facebook; Zuckerberg; Q&A; ISX; FreedomBox; EFF; VoIP; Voice over IP; Q&A; Joe Plotkin; bway.net; GPL; AGPL; copyleft; Free Bandwidth; service provider; DSL; SpeakEasy; Greenwich Village; Manhattan; France; Columbia University; ISP; Asterisk; Symbian; telephony; Net Neutrality; politics; MySpace; monopoly; stupid tax; municipal wireless; Philidelphia; Supreme Court; GSM; financial services; Google; mods; code; federated networks; Nokia; iPad; sysadmin; root; infotainment; NoScript; gmail; social networking; privacy; smart phones